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Submitting your body to excessive sun rays, non moisturizing or exfoliating it, will cause the skin to age quickly. The signs can be more visible in the décolletage area, forearms and hands.
The three steps of daily care routine: Cleanse, Exfoliate & Moisturize, should apply for your body skin as well.
Cleanse: When picking your body wash, make sure you are choosing a gentle product that cleanses effectively without drying your skin. For more your skin absorbs in the inside a big amount of products we put onto it, therefore harsh chemicals may reach the inside of your body through the open pores.
Invigorate, nourish & protect! Gentle, biodegradable cleansers that effectively clean your body without drying your skin.
After a long working day, add oils & salts to your normal bath. Organic aromatherapy essential oils help to ease muscular aches and ease muscular aches and pains.
The organic oils will leave your skin hydrated and moisturised. Pour 10-15ml into a running bath and sit back and relax.
Exfoliate: In order get rid of body blemishes and make the skin more responsive to moisturizers, make sure to exfoliate it with the right products. Choose a gentle exfoliator that won’t dry or damage the skin.
A brown sugar scrub scented with Peppermint and Eucalyptus made with invigorating essential oils in a rich shea butter balm.
Moisturize: As we mentioned above, your body skin is just as important as your facial skin and should get the same daily care you dedicate to your face to nourish and speed down the aging process.
Rich organic shea butter whipped with organic oils of calendula and peach kernel to soften, nourish & protect your skin.
A light, easily absorbed lotion to deeply hydrate and soothe your whole body. Handmade with a careful blend of organic coconut butter and organic oils of jojoba, safflower and apricot kernel. Full of essential fatty acids and vitamins to especially moisturise, nourish and protect dry skin.
Hands & Feet: Our hands and feet suffer from the exterior environment factors apart from being neglected and not nourished regularly. Our hands get too dry and red especially in the winter or from the house cleaning products. Our feet suffer the consequences of our work & lifestyle.
Add a small hand cream in your bag pocket & put your foot lotion next to your body lotion so next time you moisturize you’ll remember.
A thick creamy blend of organic shea butter and safflower, sunflower and olive oils to hydrate and protect hands from the environment. This hand cream is easily absorbed and leaves hands soft and supple with a beautiful lemongrass scent.
A refreshing foot lotion to hydrate and moisturize tired feet. Lemongrass and tea tree help to ease muscle aches and excessive perspiration.
Shop “Organica” body products here: http://www.londonethnic.com/product-category/beauty-3/londonethnicorganica/
Vogue Magazine – Fashion Scout, Ones To Watch
Evening Standard – Lifestyle “Fresh-faced: New Year skincare resolutions to make this 2015”
Eluxe Magazine – “10 ‘Quietly’ Eco Friendly Fashion Brands”
Tlife Magazine, Greece – Party for the Fashion Week in London with the Greek air!
Mr. Green Blog – At the opening of London Fashion Week
The Baltic Times – Luxury, Opulence, Decadence and Bourgeois Elegance
We are a London-based fashion label, and have recently launched our debut beauty care range. Packed full of nourishing organic ingredients (such as organic plant oils) pure botanical actives whilst free from parabens and artificial fragrances or colours ensuring the highest quality care for your skin. Organic farming is better for the farmers, the environment and our bodies so you get all the great health benefits whilst helping to protect the planet.
The range fully complies with London Ethnic’s policy of producing high-end merchandise, made by hand in the UK.
The collection comprises of a three step facial routine for a flawless complexion, including foaming face washes, cleansing oils, toners and day creams. The lemon and tea tree facial wash is high in antibacterial properties, brightening skin for a more radiant look, or for an alternative to this is the hot cloth cleansing oil, which works deep down into your pores dissolving natural oils and extracting dirt and make-up, even suitable for oily skin as it improves and balances sebum levels.
The range features luxury body products including bath oils, sugar scrubs and whipped body butters. The deliciously whipped Patchouli and Rose body butter leaves skin feeling soft and supple thanks to the hydrating nature of rose combined with the rejuvenating properties of patchouli.
Every single jar and bottle of London Ethnic’s beauty range has been lovingly prepared in small batches by hand in the English countryside.
Shop Organica beauty here: http://www.londonethnic.com/product-category/beauty-3/londonethnicorganica/
London Ethnic Chelsea Summer Fashion Showcase
Friday 27th June 2014 6pm | Broadway House | 474-476 Fulham Road | Chelsea | SW6 1BY
London Ethnic is a collective of London fashion artisans providing authentic London fashion produced in the UK. On the 27th June, London Ethnic will be hosting a Summer Fashion Showcase at the Broadway House, Chelsea with catwalks, displays of UK-made fashion & beauty products, drinks, music and an opportunity to network with designers, models and London fashion-lovers.
The Broadway House Private Members Club (regularly featured on Channel 4’s “Made in Chelsea”) will be transformed into a hive of London fashion fun & creativity over its lavish 3 floors including sumptuous roof terrace.
London Ethnic will launch its latest collections featuring pieces from some of the UK’s most exciting new fashion design graduates. The newest additions to the London Ethnic family have just graduated from some of the UK’s most prestigious fashion schools and it will be the first time their work has been seen since Graduate Fashion Week.
The night will also be the first time the British public can see many of London Ethnic’s new lines of British sourced and produced jewellery and beauty products. All of the products are hand-made by local artisans or produced from organic materials from English farms. They will be available to sample by guests and to purchase at a special 20% reduced rate on the night.
For further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02081506356
Exclusive guestlist only fashion party. No tickets available on the door. Tickets can be ordered in advance here:
The first 100 guests will receive complimentary glass of wine from Mandala Valley Wines. (http://mandalavalley.com/)
The Cuckoo Club
Swallow St, London W1B 4EZ
Appealing to the more discerning late night London crowd tired of identikit, faceless bars and clubs with no creativity and soul, The Cuckoo Club features 5,000 square feet of ostentatious design, spread over two floors, and a founding committee that reads like a who’s who of creative talent in London, described in the influential Vogue List as “formidable”.
Recently redesigned by Barbara Hulanicki, interior designer & founder of iconic fashion house Biba, featuring some of Europe’s most proficient mixologists and an electrifying and eclectic musical output, The Cuckoo Club delivers unbridled, unquestionable glamour for London’s party cavalry.
Fashion Revolution Day
Fashion is a force to be reckoned with. It celebrates, provokes, and entertains. And, from April 24th 2014, it’s going to do even more. Because we’re turning fashion into a force for good.
On 24th April last year, 1133 people were killed and over 2500 were injured when the Rana Plaza factory complex collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Social and environmental catastrophes in our fashion supply chains continue.
Fashion Revolution Day says enough is enough.
Be curious. Find out who made your clothes — from who spun the threads, to
who sewed them together, to who grew the cotton in the first place.
Your clothes already tell a story about who you are.
Now they can tell a better one.
WEAR IT #INSIDEOUT
Together we can use the power of fashion to catalyse change and reconnect the broken links in the supply chain. Wear your clothes inside-out to help start the beginning of an industry-wide transformation towards a more sustainable future.